EXCESSIVE HEAT WARNING—COOLING CENTERS OPEN

EXCESSIVE HEAT WARNING—COOLING CENTERS OPEN

When the temperatures climb well into triple digits today and Monday, Morongo Basin residents can get relief from the heat at designated cooling centers. Cooling stations are air-conditioned facilities where local residents may go for temporary relief from extreme heat. Once again, the Hi-Desert Medical Center’s cafeteria will serve as a cooling station from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Twentynine Palms Senior Center on Adobe road has also been designated as a cooling center. The Town of Yucca Valley does not have an official cooling center, but says residents can visit the Town Hall Monday through Thursday during business hours; the library, and Hi-Desert Nature Museum are open Saturdays. On Sundays, Town officials say residents can visit shopping malls, restaurants or movie theaters to stay cool. Pets are not allowed at the cooling centers.

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